Rachel wanted to like this one. But she didn’t.
Two remarkable debut films you really should see.
Ramsay takes another step towards perfection.
The 37th Annual Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival runs April 12-28
Night Shyamalan is back, sans any gimmicky plot twists, and his name is John Krasinski. Famous for playing affable Jim Halpert on The Office, Krasinski might not seem like a likely choice to direct a horror film, but with A Quiet Place he proves that he’s well-suited for the job. It’s only April, but I […]
I just want to drive off the road, but in a good way.
Everybody wants to belong.
And just maybe made a masterpiece.
Armando Iannucci’s The Death of Stalin is a nasty little film. I am intentionally using the word “nasty” here and not throwing it around like our current president did when referring to former Secretary Clinton. The dictionary definition of nasty is: “highly unpleasant, especially to the senses; physically nauseating or behaving in an unpleasant or […]
Raoul Peck directed one of the best movies of 2017 in I Am Not Your Negro, his documentary about the titanic writer James Baldwin. Compared with that film, The Young Karl Marx seems on the surface like an ornate costume drama of deep intrigue. Mostly it succeeds at that, but the compression of time during […]